Monday March 30, 2009 9:33 pm
In Love With My Seven7 Bootcut Jeans
On the advice of my husband, I decided to order some jeans for myself from Dr. Jays, not something I would normally do because being someone of short stature and I would say a full-figured woman, it is hard, if not impossible to find a pair of jeans that fit all parts of my lower body the way they should. Either I get jeans that are a little loose in the waist and 5 inches too long, or muffin top jeans that are loose everywhere else.
I chose to order a pair of Seven7 Bootcut Jeans, a brand I don’t usually wear, as I had the preconceived notion that they would only fit skinny-minis that are a size 4 or below. I don’t think I have ever fit into that category, so it was to my surprise and delight when I came upon a pair that I thought might work for me. Seven7 jeans are a top-of-the-line brand so I expected the price to be 3x the price that was listed. At $41.99/pr. you can afford to get two! I went with one pair to try out the size. When I received them two days later, they looked great out of the package, with the back pockets embellished by a glossy bead looped design, not too showy, just adds a little pizazz. These jeans are low rise and boot-cut, great for me since I have a short waist and legs. Flared leg jeans on a short woman is not too flattering, so these were just perfect.
They fit true to its size, not so snug that I can’t breathe but enough to show off the assets I do have, while the little bit of stretch in the jeans allow for ease of movement and ultra comfort. The only down-side is that they are about 3 inches too long so I will have to pay to get them hemmed, but at $41.99, I don’t mind one bit.
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